By Mario Leclerc, Jean-Francois Morin
This primary systematic compilation of synthesis equipment for various periods of polymers describes well-tested and reproducible methods, therefore saving time, funds and chemicals.
each one bankruptcy provides the most recent approach for a selected type of conjugated polymers with a specific emphasis at the layout elements for organo-electronic purposes. during this concise and essentially orientated demeanour, readers are brought to the techniques of influencing and controlling the polymer homes with recognize to their use within the wanted device.
This kind of presentation quick is helping researchers of their day-by-day lab paintings and forestalls them from reinventing the wheel persistently again.
Chapter 1 Synthesis and performance of Substituted Polyacetylenes (pages 1–43): Jianzhao Liu, Jacky W. Y. Lam and Ben Zhong Tang
Chapter 2 Suzuki Polycondensation: a strong device for Polyarylene Synthesis (pages 45–90): Junji Sakamoto, Matthias Rehahn and Dieter Schluter
Chapter three complex sensible Regioregular Polythiophenes (pages 91–145): Itaru Osaka and Richard D. McCullough
Chapter four Poly(phenylenevinylenes) (pages 147–174): Yi Pang
Chapter five Poly(aryleneethynylene)s (pages 175–203): Brett VanVeller and Timothy M. Swager
Chapter 6 Synthesis of Poly(2,7?carbazole)s and Derivatives (pages 205–226): Pierre?Luc T. Boudreault, Prof. Jean?Francois Morin and Prof. Mario Leclerc
Chapter 7 Phenylene?Based Ladder Polymers (pages 227–245): Andrew C. Grimsdale and Klaus Mullen
Chapter eight Silole?Containing Conjugated Polymers (pages 247–285): Junwu Chen and Yong Cao
Chapter nine Polyfluorenes (pages 287–355): Qiang Zhao, Shujuan Liu and Wei Huang
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43 45 2 Suzuki Polycondensation: A Powerful Tool for Polyarylene Synthesis Junji Sakamoto, Matthias Rehahn, and A. 1 Introduction The key feature of polyarylenes is the direct connection of their aromatic repeat units by CC bonds. In numerous other classes of conformationally rigid polymers such as aromatic polyesters, polyamides, and polyimides, these units are coupled through functional groups like esters, amides, and imides, respectively. This seemingly small structural difference poses a fundamental difference in terms of synthesis (and properties)!
1 Introduction The key feature of polyarylenes is the direct connection of their aromatic repeat units by CC bonds. In numerous other classes of conformationally rigid polymers such as aromatic polyesters, polyamides, and polyimides, these units are coupled through functional groups like esters, amides, and imides, respectively. This seemingly small structural difference poses a fundamental difference in terms of synthesis (and properties)! Since the discipline’s early days, organic chemistry offers how to produce esters, amides, and imides by CO and CN bond formation reactions.
Design and Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers by Mario Leclerc, Jean-Francois Morin